Away-Sickness (with Qianna and Andre Pijeaux!)

53 minutes

To move is to survive, at least that's often the case for Black people.

In this episode our host Noleca chats with Qianna and Andre about movement and their collective decision to choose safety and peace. Together they reveal the affect moving has had on their children and discuss what they have learned, struggled with, and appreciated about their travels. This conversation begs the question, if you could move to a place that suited your family and valued your life, where would you go and what's stopping you?

 

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Raising Rebels is a parenting podcast featuring courageous conversations with real parents. Parenting can be so lonely. Our work is to encourage children to be fully themselves in a society that doesn’t always celebrate them. This season, we tackle everything from sexuality and race, to co-parenting and money, all with the goal of liberating our children.

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